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Dec 25, 2018

Rolland “Boomer” Bojo is the Administrator of Grover M. Hermann Hospital, and also the Vice President of Patient Care Services and CNO of Catskill Regional Medical Center. 

Grover M. Hermann Hospital was recently recognized as a Top 20 CAH by the NRHA for the 4th time in the last 5 years. 

“Our secret sauce is that we strongly believe in the community.” 

Boomer joined Catskill Regional Medical Center in 2004, where he has held several leadership positions including Administrator of Patient Care Services and Emergency Manager, Grant Director, Clinical Director of the Emergency Department and Director of Infection Control. 

As Vice President of Patient Care and Chief Nursing Officer, Mr. Bojo is responsible for providing nurse leadership throughout the hospital as well as oversight for nursing practice, nursing standards and patient care delivery. 

Boomer holds a BS in Nursing and earned his Master’s degree in Nursing from Norwich University.  He holds certifications as a NYS EMT, Professional Development Emergency Department, Fire Fighter 1, Haz Mat Technician and ICS 400.  He is also the Deputy Coordinator of the Delaware County Office of Emergency Services and Chief of the Hancock Fire Department and a founding member of the Town of Hancock Ambulance Corp. 

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